European Health for All database (HFA-DB)

Indicators and statistics

Social policy | Poverty | Living conditions Longitudinal/panel data | Tabular data | Quantitative data National level since 1970 | 1980 | 1981+ 37 Austria | Belgium | Croatia+ 31
Since the mid-1980s, Member States of the WHO European Region have been reporting essential health-related statistics to the Health for All (HFA) family of databases, making it one of WHO’s oldest sources of data. As it is based on reported data, rather than estimates, the HFA fa...

Social Security Programs Throughout the World

Indicators and statistics

Social policy | Poverty Textual data National level 2002 | 2003 | 2004+ 15 Austria | Belgium | Bulgaria+ 32
The Social Security Programs Throughout the World highlights the principal features of social security programs in more than 170 countries with summaries on relevant topics: types of social security programs, types of mandatory systems for retirement income, demographic and other...

Mutual Information System on Social Protection of the Council of Europe , MISSCEO

Datasets, Indicators and statistics

Working conditions | Vulnerability | Social policy+ 1 Policy data National level 2004 | 2005 | 2006+ 14 Albania | Armenia | Bosnia & Herzegovina+ 8
The Mutual Information System on Social Protection of the Council of Europe (MISSCEO) aims to promote the exchange of information on social protection in the member states of the Council of Europe (which are European countries that are not members of the European Union (EU) or th...

Multilinks Database

Datasets

Working conditions | Vulnerability | Labour policy+ 1 Policy data | Textual data | Tabular data National level 2004 | 2009 EU27 | Other | Austria+ 28
The Multilinks Database on Intergenerational Policy Indicators is a database from The Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin. The database provides over 70 indicators on social policy rights, legal obligations to support, and care service usage. It offers a structured overview of access to...

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